Dodd would like to “move on” from his Countrywide scam

Just as soon as the subpoena’s are issued, Chris. Clinton used to do this very well, saying in effect, “Look, I’ve prevaricated and stalled for two years  – this is old news!”. It worked for the boy from Hope, maybe not so well for the rat from Norwich.

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5 responses to “Dodd would like to “move on” from his Countrywide scam

  1. Anonymous

    Dodd is a dishonest crook and a moron.

  2. Anonymous

    I think Polanski’s fans are using the same argument , no?

  3. Walt

    Dude –
    Works for me.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  4. shoeless

    It’s getting a little warm in here:

    In a letter dated October 23 to the banks, Towns asked for data on VIP-type programs, foreclosures, marketing strategies, and potential anti-trust behavior.

    The letter asks for information on whether attempts were made by lenders to identify whether loan applicants had regulatory authority over them. It also asks for details on the types of mortgages offered and sold. Also, it asks whether the companies helped draft legislation or regulatory language to propose to federal or state officials.

    “The actions of mortgage lenders contributing to the foreclosure and financial crisis are of serious concern to many Americans and to the members of this committee,” Towns said.

  5. Luckily we have a choice next year and this guy does have some integrity…